March 27, 2007 Subject:
pimp moma is a loser
this show is clearly high caliber, and for a talentless wanna be hippy to focus in on one member of the band is a crime against music.
it sounds like a nice solid show with a fresh sound. making orgasm faces is essential in establishing a groove, and screwed up equipment is as much part of rock and roll as powerslides and kick ass jaming.
January 14, 2006 Subject:
Missed Opportunity: An extreme abuse of talent
The sweet sounds of Daha filled the air of Revolution Hall, but many people in the audience were disturbed by the orgasmic expressions upon the face of one of the members of the band.This night showed that although most of the band exhibited impressive amounts of potential,the atmosphere was destroyed by the overwhelming egotistical presence of the piano player, Mr. Philip C. Kadet Jr. Fortunately only a few people noticed when Phil had to break from multiple songs to fix the keyboard he had not duct taped properly.
There is hope still for Daha, but the band does not seem to cope well in big cities on the go such as Troy, and they should consider sticking to the town of New Paltz.
I gave this show a rating of three stars, only because two and a half is not an available selection.
November 23, 2005 Subject:
Daha Daha AHHA
Daha put on the best show ever. They're music was just awesome, their charisma, charm and balance all came thru in their music. the saxaphone and the violin make beuatiful music that rocks the soul. keep up the great music and keep on showin your talents.
I had come to this show to see Addison play not really caring about the opening band. When I got to Rev Hall early I was amazed by the grooves that this band had. They were tight! I kept kicking myself in the ass for not getting the show earlier. Great sound on the recording. Great band.